Tisa


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Ti·sa

 (tē′sə)
See Tisza.

Tisa

(ˈtisa)
n
(Placename) the Slavonic and Romanian name for Tisza
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Just as in the case of TISA, the national trade union federation (Plenario Intersindical de Trabajadores-Convencion Nacional de Trabajadores, PIT-CNT) gave the first warning signal.
TiSA promotes free trade terms in some service sectors, Bhala noted, that are favorable to Washington and other "like minded" partners in the US-led "coalition of the willing".
Having failed to get WTO members to agree to extreme neoliberal 'disciplines' that require them to adopt light-handed and risk-tolerant approaches to regulation, it is pushing this aggressively through TISA," said Kelsey.
Carol Knight, operations director at Tisa, said: "Approximately 150,000 married Isa holders die each year and so these changes will benefit spouses or civil partners of Isa holders who die on or after December 3, 2014, by increasing the amount that they can save by offering the tax advantages in an ISA wrapper.
The four-day TISA event took place September 22-25 at the Geneva, Switzerland, headquarters of the World Trade Organization.
For example the New South Wales government was forced to buy back Port Macquarie Base Hospital due to systemic failures: TISA would see a failed privatised service continue in private hands, rather than it be reverted to public ownership," she said.
Fronting themselves as the 'Really Good Friends of Services,' a group of 50 countries-representing an estimated 70 per cent share of the world's trade in services-are secretly negotiating the TISA.
To avoid these distortive and growth-inhibiting practices, TiSA should:
Tisa Buckley, 26, from Middlesbrough was another of the girls.
Lily goes to do the tests and does not even suspect Tisa her unkind opponent, who also wants a place at the Academy.
At Union Bank, diversity and inclusion is one of our overarching values, and this recognition is an honour for us,' said Tisa Jackson, vice president of Corporate Diversity and Inclusion, adding, 'We will continue to work on ensuring doors are open and relationships are built within our vibrant and diverse local communities.